Additional Readings for Week Thirteen
Charles Melville. "Padishah-i Islam: The Conversion of Sultan Mahmud Ghazan Khan," Pembroke Papers I 1990
Reuven Amita-Preiss, "Ghazan, Islam and Mongol Tradition: A View from the Mamluk Sultanate," Bulletin of the
    School of Oriental and African Studies
59 (1996).
Michael Chamberlain. Knowledge and Social Practice in Medieval Damascus, 1190-1350. 1994.
Richard T. Mortel. "Zaydi Shi'ism and the Hasanid Sharifs of Mecca," International Journal of Middle East
19 (1987).
Urbain Vermeulen. "Some Remarks on a Rescript of al-Nasir Muhammad b. Qala'un on the Abolition of Taxes and the
    Nusayris (Mamlaka of Tripoli, 717/1317)," Orientalis Lovaniensia Periodica I (1970).
Stefan Winter. "Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn Makki 'al-Shahid al-Awwal' (d. 1384) and the Shi'ah of Syria,"
    Mamluk Studies Review 3 (1999).
Devin Stewart. "Popular Shiism in Medieval Egypt: Vestiges of Islamic Sectarian Polemics in Egyptian Arabic,"
    Studia Islamica 84 (1996).
Yaacov Lev. "Persecutions and Conversion to Islam in Eleventh-Century Egypt." Asian and African Studies 22 (1988).
Gary Leiser. "The Madrasa and the Islamization of the Middle East: The Case of Egypt." Journal of the American
    Research Center in Egypt
22 (1985).
Ann K. S. Lambton. State and Government in Medieval Islam. An Introduction to the Study of Islamic
    Political Theory: The Jurists
. 1981.
Carole Hillenbrand. "Islamic Orthodoxy or Realpolitik? Al-Ghazali's Views on Government." Iran: Journal of the
    British Institute of Persian Studies
. 26 (1988).
Charles Issawi. An Arab Philosophy of History 1950.
David Ayalon. "The Mamluks and Ibn Xaldun," Israel Oriental Studies 10 (1980).
Ira Lapidus. Muslim Cities in the Later Middle Ages. 1967.
Barbara Flemming. "Literary Activities in Mamluk Halls and Barracks." in Myriam Rosen-Ayalon (ed). Studies in
    Memory of Gaston Wiet
. 1977.
Ulrich Haarmann. "Arabic in Speech, Turkish in Lineage: Mamluks and their Sons in the Intellectual Life of Fourteenth-
    Century Egypt and Syria." Journal of Semitic Studies 33 (1988).
Jonathan Berkey. "Mamluks and the World of Higher Education in Medieval  Cairo, 1250-1517," Modes de transmission
    de la culture religieuse en Islam
Jonathan Berkey. "'Silver Threads Among the Coal': A Well-Educated Mamluk of the Ninth/Fifteenth Century,"
    Studia Islamica 73 (1991).
Sam Gellens. "The Search for Knowledge in Medieval Muslim Societies: A Comparative Approach," Dale F. Eickelman
    and James Piscatori (eds). Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination. 1990.
Carl Petry. The Civilian Elite of Cairo in the Later Middle Ages. 1981.
Linda Northrup. From Slave to Sultan: The Career of al-Mansur Qalawun and the Consolidation of Mamluk Rule
    in Egypt and Syria (678-689 A.H./1279-1290 A.D.)
Daphna Ephrat. A Learned Society in Transition: The Sunni 'Ulama' of Eleventh-Century Baghdad 2000.